SPOKANE -- The Gonzaga men's basketball team is looking to the future and it's safe to say the future looks bright.
The Bulldogs received a commitment on Monday night from Gary Bell, Jr. He's a member of the 2011 freshman class, which means he is going to be a senior in high school next year.
Bell stars for Kentridge High School in Kent, Washington. He played in Spokane for a holiday tournament last year with Mark Few and other Gonzaga coaches in attendance. Click here to watch those highlights.
The 6'2" shooting guard is considered one of the top prospects in the country for 2011. According to Scout.com, Bell also received scholarship offers from Arizona State, California, UCLA, USC, and Washington.
Bell is the second player to commit to Gonzaga in 2011. The other is Skyview High School (Nampa, Idaho) combo guard Kyle Dranginis.
The Zags haven't forgot about 2010. They recently added junior college transfer Marquise Carter to next year's roster.